School car lines, this seems surreal for someone living outside the US.

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+1 1. Natan_el_Tigre commented 5 years ago


Explanation is below the video:
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+10 2. cameramaster commented 5 years ago

Explanation is here...for those who cant be bothered opening up Youtube :-)

Location Unionville Elementary School in Monroe, North Carolina.

Note form the shooter ''here are too many opinions below that are lost on what they think they see here.

This was a test by the NCDOT to try and alleviate traffic backing up from the school into the highway. They wanted to utilize the extra parking area for the drop off line and not let kids get dropped off anymore. This plan did not work and was reverted back to the plan that had been in place for years. The drop off line goes around the parking area and the parking spots are also used to walk your child in.

The school does provide buses, but some of these buses come by some areas at 6 am to pick up kids. Most parents both work and they drop their child off on the way to work. There are over 700 kids at this school and where would you put 700 bicycles if they could ride to school. Riding on a bike or walking is not an option because this school has kids 15 miles away.

The only thing I can add to that is having a school FIFTEEN miles from where you live ( if you don't have kids ) is BLISS!

Who would let their kid ride a bike or walk 15 miles to school everyday. This is an area that is very rural and there is no way the state would ever install hundreds of miles of sidewalks that don't even lead to a town.

You should see it on BBQ day, the largest fundraiser for a school in the state. They sell 19,000 tickets at $9 a plate and have sold out for over 60 years the BBQ fundraiser has been in place. 15,000 lbs of BBQ, 2,500 gallons of stew and 500 gallons of slaw is made and sold here in 1 day. That is something to see. So to all the negative comments, everywhere is not like where you live. Things are different for a reason. This isn't New York or Chicago''
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+2 3. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

#2 Thanks for the clarification, cameramaster! <3
It's somewhat annoying this sidewalk issue...understandable that in rural areas it's not possible everywhere, but in town it should be. Still they drag their feet when it comes to spending money on it. The other day a woman and her two dogs were killed by a car, as she was walking on the shoulder of a road in town right where I work...:|
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+12 4. go20 commented 5 years ago

Poor Schoolbus service...

Kids living up to 15 miles away.... My high school was 45 km away from most kids that attended it and all of them got there by schoolbus and it too was a rural high school.

Lazy ass school administrators imo.
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+3 5. Judge-Jake commented 5 years ago

I thought this was another gun security check point video:S
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+5 6. ughlah commented 5 years ago

The problem is that our small honeypots have to be picked up at home and of course waited for till THEY decide to be ready and dropped of inches before the school doors.

One pickup time per hour in one spot in the center of each village, no waiting and i cannot imagine you need 2 hours to drive 15 miles.
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+3 7. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

I agree with #6, you could easily have pick up points, and you don't need one in front of every kid's house as many parents would love to have. I know transportation in rural areas can be a challenge, also because of small towns and farms sprawled out very far, but it would be possible. Many parents though are overly protective and anxious and would not let their kids even walk a mile, in case something could "happen" to them. This goes back to that millennial generations video. I believe a lot of it is caused by parenting and parents are members of school boards, so decisions are made according to their convictions.
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+5 8. krazeeeyez commented 5 years ago

impressive drone battery life!
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+2 9. Gaatje commented 5 years ago

This is how it's done in the Netherlands :)
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+1 10. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

#9 That's why we have an obesity problem over here and the Netherlands doesn' least probably not to that extent. :)
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+1 11. snotraddict commented 5 years ago

Best thing about #9's video, I didn't see one helmet on the kids. Many of the kids seem to be paired up, smart.
I don't seem them locking them either. Amazing.

#10 we do, but in reality putzing along on a bike doesn't burn much calories. But agreed any activity is better than none.

#6 True. I ride into work and there's a high school off to one side on the way, too many parents park in the red along the street I ride on where it's necked down and kind of tight to pass instead of driving another 100ft to drop of their kids where it's safer for all of us.
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0 12. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

#11 You ride? Bike or motorcycle?
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0 13. captain_obvious commented 3 years ago

lazy usa kids, had to cycle 20km to my school, 5 days a week, twice a day. on a school with 3500 or more kids wich all ride the bicycle. wind, rain, snow, with bags full of books more then 20kg. kids that took the bus were considert lazy.